The Florida branch of law firm McGlinchey Stafford PLLC recently revealed the addition of two new attorneys, Dorothy “Doris” Negrin and Gabriel Hartsell, for its Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville offices, respectively.
Mark New, who oversees the firm's Florida functions, commended both professionals as he welcomed them to the firm.
"Doris and Gabriel's experience in complex commercial and consumer financial services litigation complements the existing strengths of our practice and allows us to better serve clients doing business in Florida," New said.
Negrin, with a J.D. from the University of Miami’s School of Law, has worked extensively with corporate clients in commercial and real estate areas. Hartsell brings expertise on commercial lending to the practice, having handled business and insurance-related litigation. He is a graduate of the Florida State University College of Law.
"We are happy to welcome Doris and Gabriel to the firm's Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville offices, respectively, and to our group of commercial litigators," Michael Ferachi of the firm's commercial litigation department said."The continued growth of our … group allows us to offer our clients increased depth of experience in several areas of law, and is a reflection of the firm's commitment to helping clients strategically address concerns, resolve disputes, and achieve their business and legal goals."
McGlinchey Stafford delivers legal counsel to clients from 13 offices in eight states plus Washington, D.C. with a staff of 200 attorneys. In Florida, it has experienced continuous growth since launching its first office there in 2010, with 27 attorneys in Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville.